“I can handle things! I’m smart! Not like everybody says… like dumb… I’m smart and I want respect!” – Fredo Corleone, The Godfather, Part II. Chris Christie, S.E. Cupp, Joe Scarborough, Karl Rove and Jeb Bush: hardly an exhaustive list of the “Fredo” wing of the Republican Party but definitely the ones who have made the dean’s list lately. While modern Democrats channel Alinsky’s Lucifer; the GOP seems content emulating the hapless Corleone throwaway.Read more ›
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Cliff Kincaid’s latest column at RenewAmerica says a number of important observations that have been bouncing around in my head the last couple of weeks. The evidence is clear that–yet again–an exposed RINO cannot fool the Republican base into supporting him. It is also clear that Mitt Romney’s loss, and the historic losses for marriage in some states, were not unrelated events.Read more ›
“It was a feeling that there was not a sufficient difference now between the parties that kept a majority of the voters away from the polls.” – Ronald Reagan, 1975Read more ›
“I don ‘t know about you, but I am impatient with those Republicans who after the last election rushed into print saying, ‘We must broaden the base of our party’—when what they meant was to fuzz up and blur even more the differences between ourselves and our opponents.” – Ronald Reagan, 1975Read more ›
A lot of the RINOs here in South Dakota (including some that never use their name when leaving their liberal comments here and there) have been squawking about various individuals and groups who have been exposing the liberal votes and actions of RINOs in South Dakota government who masquerade as Republicans. A recent Wall Street Journal article discusses how homosexual activists use government regulation of “free” speech to punish and intimidate people for opposing their agenda, and it sheds some important light on the “Republican Civil War” going on in South Dakota.Read more ›
It seems someone realizes the voters are watching the 2012 South Dakota Legislative session. South Dakota Rep. Mark Kirkeby (R-Dist. 35) intends to submit another bill this session to authorize drug testing of welfare recipients who are believed to be using drugs, and subsequently cut off welfare checks if they are confirmed to be using drugs. While this common-sense legislation failed last year even with a large Republican majority, can we hope that this year–with voters watching more closely than ever–that this bill may have a chance?Read more ›